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    Removal and installation of steering nozell

    Hi there i have a msx 150 and just wondering how do i go about taking the steering nozzel and venture of and re installing the new one i have purschased and help would be appreciated

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    How many PWC do you have?

    Removing the nozzle is part of the process of removing the entire jet pump, the nozzle comes off, then the pump comes off.

    The information you seek has been posted many times, in many threads. Please use the Search function, and click the links below

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    k447 lol i only have 2 mate ok i have tried to use the search feature and have found no luck i really need asap so i can install tonight it is only the nozzel and venture

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    Remove the four LONG bolts that hold the pump nozzle on. Do not remove any nuts, other than the one for the steering.

    Disconnect the steering and reverse linkages, and both siphon bilge hoses on the right side.
    Tip: Put it into reverse to get at the reverse gate pin, then put it into forward after you have the pin out.

    Now the entire jet pump is able to be removed (with some pulling). You should be able to wiggle the nozzle right off. The jet pump sections may come loose at the same time, which is OK.

    To remove the entire pump, you just pull it straight backwards.

    Edit: You may find the ride plate is very tight to the bottom of the jet pump.

    Hopefully you don't have to remove the ride plate to get the pump nozle assembly free.

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